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As details of the hacking of VeriSign unfold, government entities and corporations of all sizes are becoming more aware of their own vulnerabilities, according to one technology expert.

That VeriSign—seen as the Fort Knox of security for .com, .net and .gov Web addresses—doesn’t seem to be aware of the extent of the hacking is a major concern, says Matthew Norris, global head of technology, media and telecommunications for specialist insurer/reinsurer Hiscox.

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